Organizations and Markets
Research in the Industrial Organizations and Markets program covers: incentive schemes; competition policy and regulation; advertising and consumer behavior; intermediation and two-sided markets; R&D and innovation; networks; auctions and mechanism design. Methods include economic theory including game theory, contract theory, and mechanism design theory; laboratory and field experiments and field data analysis.
Researchers in this field
20-005/VII - Event Studies in Merger Analysis: Review and an Application Using U.S. TNIC Data
Date: January 27, 2020
19-086/VII - Public Goods Provision by a Private Cartel
Date: December 24, 2019
19-085/VII - Mergers and Innovation Portfolios
Date: December 08, 2019
19-070/VII - Market power in bilateral oligopoly markets with non-expandable infrastructures
Date: September 27, 2019
19-045/VII - Team Incentives, Social Cohesion, and Performance: A Natural Field Experiment
Date: June 29, 2019
Essays in Applied Microeconomics: Non-Monetary Incentives, Skill...
- PhD Defense
Title to be Announced
Janne Tukiainnen (Vatt Helsinki, Finland)
- Research on Monday
TI-BDS Joint Conference: Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data...
Keynotes: John Van Reenen (MIT)